“Very Eerie”: Reporter finds radiation levels 1,000 times over gov’t limit far from Fukushima plant — “A spot where kids walk to school” (VIDEO)

Published: March 12th, 2013 at 10:40 pm ET
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Title: Fukushima Shadow: Anti-atomic activists angry at nuclear revival plans
Source: RussiaToday
Date: Mar 11, 2013

At 2:15 in

Sean Thomas, Reporter: 80 kilometers from the actual reactor itself and 60 kilometers from the edge of that zone was Fukushima City, we found a spot there in our own personal reporting that was 1,000 times the acceptable limit, or a safe dosage if you will.

This was on a spot where kids walked to school, and here I am not in any particular safety gear, but I’m in an area that the government says it’s safe to be.

So certainly very eerie to be in a place that’s supposed to be safe, but obviously with our radiation detectors, a very dangerous place to be.

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